Cat Eye Effect Using Eyeshadow

Cat Eye Effect Using Eyeshadow

For something a bit darker, look towards both the darker and softer shades in your palette. The simple peach shades have been used to start with, creating a base for that darker red and burgundy pops of colour to be added over the top. To make life even easier for you, there’s even a step by step guide on how to achieve it.

Step 1: Apply the soft bronze shadow to your eyelid. Just remember to blend it all well with a large and fluffy blending brush, and use a decent eyeshadow primer before you get started to ensure the look stays for the entire duration of your event. You don’t want this beautiful look to slip halfway down your face, that’s for sure!

Step 2: Use bronze eye pencil to apply a line across your upper lash line with your liquid eyeliner diagonally towards the end of the brow. Start from the middle of your lid, carefully following the tail of the eyebrow. Fill in the entire lid with the eye pencil all the way towards the crease line.

Step 3: Grab your makeup brush and dip it into black eyeshadow. Then use the brush to gently smudge the colour across the lash line. Create the cat eye flick.

Step 4: Hold the tip of the handle and use back and forth motions to softly blend the shadow across your lid. Do not touch the cat eye wing.

Step 5: Line the lower lash line with the black pencil. You can line it all the way through – from the beginning to the end, or you can just line ¾ of it starting somewhere in the middle.

Step 6: Now you have to smudge the lower line. You can use the same brush to smudge the color back and forth.

Finally, choose nice mascara which lengthens lashes while enhancing curl and moisturizing. This is a makeup move that is turning heads and shaking up the scene! Apply multiple coats for a buildable, virtually weightless, smudge and flake-proof look!

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